ARGALI OVIS AMMON Wildlife Protection Silver Coin 500 Togrog Mongolia 2013

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The Argali is the biggest wild sheep on earth. With the Argali, the prizewinning series Mongolian Wild Animals has found a worthy successor. The silver coin shows the Ovis ammon minted in a fantastic relief, adorned with two mocca Swarowski Elements.

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Country Mongolia
Year 2013
Face Value 500 Togrog
Metal Silver
Fineness (purity) 999/1000
Weight (g) 31.1 (1 oz)
Diameter (mm) 38.61
Quality Antique Finish
Mintage (pcs) 2.500
Certificate (COA) Yes
Presentation case (box) No
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Argali, Ovis Ammon
The Argali sheep is related to the universally known domestic sheep. It is approximately the same length as a domestic sheep but it is much taller and heavier than its domesticated relative.
Argali inhabit high altitude regions, usually 3,000-5,000 m. Habitat varies according to geographic location, but includes mountains, steppe valleys and rocky outcrops and open desert.
Their coat ranges from light yellow to darker grey-brown in colour. Face and underparts are lighter. Argali males also have a whitish neck ruff and a dorsal crest. Whilst females also have horns, the male corkscrew horns are much bigger.
The biggest of all wild sheep, the argali has suffered a major decline in population numbers and is particularly intolerant of human-induced changes.


The coin obverse portrays an argali depicted with SWAROVSKI® ELEMENTS crystals for eyes, on bottom there are the legend "Endangered Wildlife", the latin name for the species and the year of issue 2013. Issued by National Bank of Mongolia, on coin reverse the State Coat of Arms and the coin value, "500 Togrog".